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Scientists Warn “Not All Probiotics Are Created Equal…”

How one breakthrough method is changing how probiotics work -- and what to look for before you buy

The truth is there is no secret pill or superfood that’s going to melt pounds of fat off of your body, stomp out digestive inflammation, or improve the regularity of your bowel movements.

The secret to all of these things lies within your body -- your gut, specifically, and if you’re experiencing bloating, constipation, diarrhea, weight gain, or other digestive issues, it could be a sign that your gut is crying out for help.

Contrary to popular belief, the gut isn’t just where food gets converted into nutrients your body can use., New research and studies have discovered that it acts more like a second brain -- in addition, as much as 80% of your immune system lives in your gut.1

And that’s not even the most shocking part.

You’re Made Up of More Bacteria than Cells!

I know it sounds gross, but in your gut you have around 100 trillion living bacteria. That’s ten times more bacteria than you have cells in your entire body.

But much like superheroes and evil villains, you have both good bacteria and bad bacteria in your gut, and they’re waging a constant war against each other. You may have even heard of some of them, like E. Coli and staph. These bacteria are harmless and are even necessary for your gut, but they can cause serious -- even fatal -- issues if they’re found anywhere else.

Probiotics -- the “good guys” of the bacterial world -- work to help you digest your food more efficiently and pave the way to maintaining normal gut function.

A healthy gut is a happy gut and shows its love in the form of greater regularity, reduced inflammation, improved energy, and better metabolism.

In fact, the ancient philosopher Hippocrates famously said that “all disease begins in the gut,” and modern science has shown that he wasn’t far off with that hypothesis. More than 200 studies have shown that nearly 170 health issues can be directly correlated to an imbalance of bacteria in your gut.

So, How Much “Good Bacteria” Should You Have in Your Gut?

Ideally, the ratio of good to bad bacteria is 85% to 15%. That’s a 9-to-1 ratio. In studies performed on obese patients, there were much higher incidences of bad bacteria compared to probiotics, or “good” bacteria.

When bad bacteria win the war over dominance of your gut and gastrointestinal system, all sorts of symptoms start to manifest throughout your body. Things like:

And thanks to our average diet of prepared processed foods, pesticides and agricultural chemicals, chlorinated water, artificial colors and flavors, and even antibiotics in our meat and dairy, we are essentially giving the bad bacteria all the super weapons they need to crush the good bacteria.

So what’s the solution?

Well, you could eat 100% organic foods, cut out sugar completely, and lock yourself in your perfectly environmentally-sanitized home.

But let’s be real. That just isn’t possible (or desirable)!

Therefore, the best step you can take is to empower the good bacteria in your gut by taking a probiotic.

But not just any probiotic will do because with most probiotic pills...

The Majority of Bacteria Are Dead Before They Ever Reach Your Gut!

And as you can imagine, dead probiotics are no use to anyone.

You see, one of the hardest challenges of creating an effective probiotics formula is ensuring that the bacteria can survive storage and the challenge of arriving in the digestive tract fully intact and alive!

Most probiotics are highly sensitive to their environments, so being stored in a cold warehouse, loaded onto a hot delivery truck in the middle of summer, moved onto store shelves to sit and wait for possibly years can all take their toll. And that’s before they even think about reaching your stomach.

But it gets worse...

Due to the extreme acidic environment of the stomach, another 80% of the remaining live probiotic cells will be killed off before reaching the intestine.2

Imagine sending wave after wave of soldiers against a wall.

And the wall is covered in barbs. And skin-melting acid. And it’s on fire.

That’s kind of what it’s like to survive in your stomach.

Even if a handful of soldiers miraculously survive, there’s no telling what’s on the other side of that wall. It could be an angry army of millions. How do you think the survivors would fare then?

This is precisely what happens when you take a generic off-the-shelf probiotic supplement. So-called “millions of live and active bacteria” might enter your body after millions have died from temperature and age, but once they get to your stomach and GI tract, it’s gauntlet-running survival time.

In the end, traditional probiotic supplements, while claiming billions upon billions of active cells per dose, will only wind up delivering alive and well to your gut a small percentage of what their label promises.

So what can you do to ensure you are getting the right bacteria at the right dose and all delivered past your stomach into your gut fully intact and alive where it can go to work?

Fortunately, there is a solution that lies in the ‘HELPS Method’

The HELPS method is a revolutionary, unique formulation of probiotic actions that work together in your gut to form a multi-pronged “plan of attack.” HELPS stands for:

Helps support normal gut function

Enhances the immune system

Lose weight and improve metabolism

Provide nourishinh prebiotics

Support healthy digestion

The HELPS method ensures that there are not only plenty of “good” bacteria to go around, but that they’re able to reach your gut, where they can do the most good.

Beyond the HELPS method, you’ll also want to make sure your probiotic supplement includes the following:

Uses MAKTrek Technology

MAKTrek technology is a sophisticated, clinically-proven method of encapsulating the probiotics with a type of “shield” that protects them from the harsh environment of your stomach.3

Because MAKTrek technology is so powerful against stomach acid, it also ensures that the probiotics are further protected from environmental changes, meaning that probiotics that use this technology don’t need to be refrigerated.

Contains High CFUs

You’ll also want to look for a probiotic that has a high CFU. That stands for “colony forming units.” Back to our previous example of sending soldiers against a wall, a high CFU means that rather than sending just a few soldiers out, you’d be sending them in their millions, or preferably billions, for a greater chance of success.

The higher the CFU potential, the more likely the good bacteria can overwhelm and nudge out the bad.

Includes Multiple Strains of Shelf Stable Good Bacteria

Finally, you’ll want to look for a probiotic that contains multiple strains of good bacteria. Many probiotic supplements contain one or two strains -- usually common good bacteria like lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacterium lactis, found in fermented products like yogurt and kefir.

The best probiotic supplements, on the other hand, contain more than just your average good bacteria. Different strains of probiotic bacteria have different properties and different benefits to your health.

And let’s face it, if you’re lactose intolerant, the thought of eating dairy products just adds to your GI upsets!

The next question is...

Is There a Probiotic Out There That Offers All of These Benefits in One Easy-to-Take Pill?

There is, and it’s called:

ProBio-40, by Nutracraft, is formulated with not one, not two, but FOUR distinctive strains of good bacteria. And we’ve packed 40 BILLION of them into one small pill.

We’ve then crafted that pill using MAKTrek technology so you can be sure that the living and active probiotic cultures will reach your gut ready to get to work, soothing irritation, improving nutrient absorption, and diminishing gastrointestinal upsets.

Plus, with MAKTrek technology, ProBio-40 never needs to be refrigerated, unlike inferior probiotic products.

Next, every bottle of ProBio-40 is made in small, carefully crafted batches in an FDA-registered facility, so you can be assured that what’s on the label is what’s in the bottle -- no fluff or fillers.

That means greater survivability, direct to you, so that you get the greatest benefits possible in one complete pill.

Finally, every capsule of ProBio-40 follows the HELPS method, delivering targeted benefits direct to the gut so that you feel your best.

Just one pill a day delivers the best possible probiotics with the best possible protection, giving your gut a fighting chance against bad bacteria. With over 40 billion live, active cultures, you’ll start to see and feel the benefits from the very first week.

And ProBio-40 has four different strains of good, shelf-stable, gut-loving bacteria, including:

Ingredient #1 - Lactobacillus acidophilus

Lactobacillus acidophilus is a good bacterium commonly found in yogurt and fermented products. Acidophilus has shown promise to enhance the immune system4,5,6 and inhibit virus replication.†7

Acidophilus has also been shown to increase production of short-chain fatty acids, which help to nourish intestinal cells,8 improve bowel movement quality, and stabilize the digestive process.†9

Ingredient #2 - Bifidobacterium Lactis

When it comes to gut flora, bifidobacterium lactis is a real workhorse.

In one 2009 study, 82.5% of people drinking a portion of milk that contained bifidobacterium lactis had less digestive distress compared to 2.9% in the control group.10

Not only does it help ease digestive stress, it may help boost the immune system1 by boosting the body’s natural defenses against pathogens†1,12, 13 and support the toxic effect of wheat gluten exposure in some people.†14

When used in combination with other probiotic strains, it also helps support regular bowel movements and overall bowel health.†15

Ingredient #3 - Lactobacillus Plantarum

This strain of probiotic is particularly good at helping to reduce gas and bloating with one 4 week study comparing Lactobacillus Plantarum to a placebo. It was found that 78.1% of patients taking L. plantarum had digestive symptomatic relief rated as excellent or good versus only 8.1 % for the placebo group.16,17

L. Planatarum also has the dual ability to improve immunity by increasing T-cell numbers and anti-inflammatory cytokines so the immune system doesn’t cause excessive inflammation or autoimmunity.†18,19, 20

Ingredient #4 - Lactobacillus Paracasei

This probiotic strain has demonstrated significant success in bolstering the immune system21 as well as reducing inflammation by lowering pro-inflammatory cytokines IL1β, IL-6, and IL12.†22

L. paracasei also has shown potential in reducing muscle hypercontractility and inflammation in the gut,23 a big factor in digestive discomfort.

In addition to this...

Probiotics have even been shown to help with weight loss.

Researchers have found that probiotics can help balance your appetite so that you don’t feel hungry all the time.†24 Plus there is some evidence that probiotics can reduce body weight and fat.

A 2018 review of the effects of probiotics on 957 humans found that taking probiotics resulted in a significantly larger reduction in body weight and fat percentage compared with placebo.†25

As well as that, there is strong evidence that probiotics can “reduce” the “growth, cell adhesion, and filamentation” of candida, meaning candida can’t take hold in the intestinal tract and take over.†26,27,28

Plus a potent prebiotic to feed the good bacteria

Prebiotics are fibers that feed the growth of probiotics. In order to get all the health benefits from probiotics and to have them flourish in your gut, you need to keep them alive for as long as possible so they can multiply.

Using a prebiotic fiber like fructooligosaccharide (FOS) included in Probio-40 can help stimulate the growth of probiotic colonies so you can maximise the benefits, for longer.29

Researchers have also shown that prebiotics can help reduce health threats like high “body weight, blood cholesterol and blood glucose concentrations” by stimulating beneficial bacteria growth.†30

How ProBio-40 Helps You Enjoy Improved Digestive Health

Every bottle of ProBio-40 is manufactured in the USA under strict cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) standards in an FDA-registered facility, which means that we follow the safest manufacturing processes and add no fillers to our supplements. You’ll get a full month supply of ProBio-40 (90 capsules) and FAST shipping, so you can start enjoying all the healthy benefits right away.

In addition to making dietary changes to your lifestyle, taking just 3 capsules of ProBio-40 once a day can help naturally colonize your gut with good bacteria. It’s as easy as taking 3 capsules after a main meal.

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